are two of the anonymous plaintiffs in the latest Pledge of Allegiance case. Is it just me, or does RoeChild have a vaguely '70s California crunchy granola softfuzzyrock feel to it? I could see John Denver or James Taylor or maybe Cat Stevens singing about RoeChild.
It helps that RoeChild-1 is a pantheist, though it would have been even better if she were a Pan-theist. And on top of that, Daddy Roe's objection — which is perfectly consistent with the Court's Establishment Clause caselaw — is that he "has been made to feel like a 'political outsider'" by the recitation of the Pledge. Feelings, nothing more than feeeeeelings . . . .
On the other hand, RoeChild-1 and RoeChild-2 are more Brave-New-Worldy, maybe with shades of THX 1138, no?